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    • Registration Packet Case Western Reserve University Cleveland, Ohio July 16-18th, 2010 ~1~
    • Dear Phi Sigma Rho, We are very excited to have you join us for Leadership Conference 2010! This is third bi-annual leadership conference. annual PSR Leadership Conference 2010 will offer an assortment of opportunities to develop you as a Phi Sigma Rho leader, wheth a new associate or a veteran whether Alumna. LEAP workshops topics are Sisterhood - Living your Ritual, Recruitment Made Easy, Robert’s Rules: Running Your Meetings with (Legislative) Style and Communication Skills: Bridging the Gap. There will also be additional alumnae Gap. workshops on From College to Cubicle to Corner Office and Post Grad Phi Rho: Making the Most of the Alumnae Experience. Along with these workshops there will be Experience. facilitated discussions taking advantage of the knowledge and experiences of your knowledge fellow Sisters. In addition to attending these workshops, make the time to network with your fellow Actives and Alumnae. Spending the weekend together in the Case Western University suites, sharing meals with members of other chapters, and learning from each other’s experiences gives us the unique opportunity to network with other women engineers who have taken many different paths. We all have a lot to learn from these workshops and from each other. This packet provides detailed information on our weekend activities; please do not led hesitate to contact us for more information! We look forward to seeing you in Cleveland and building our future leaders together! In Sisterhood, The LEAP & Leadership Conference Committees Conference2010@PhiSigmaRho.org e2010@PhiSigmaRho.org LEAP@PhiSigmaRho.org Leadership Conference 2010 is funded in part by the Phi Sigma Rho Foundation. To find out more about the Foundation or make a donation, please visit their website: http://www.phisigmarho.org/Foundation/ ~2~
    • Table of Contents SCHEDULE ................................ ................................................................................................ 4 ................................. LEAP CONFERENCE 2010 SESSIONS ................................................................ ................................... 5 LEADERSHIP SESSIONS ................................................................................. 6 ................................................................ ADDITONAL MEETINGS ................................................................................. 8 ................................................................ SPECIAL EVENTS ................................ ......................................................................................... 9 ......................... SERVICE ACTIVIES ................................ ...................................................................................... 11 ...................... SPEAKER BIOGRAPHIES ................................................................................. 12 ................................................................ HOUSING INFO (ACTIVES AND ALUMNAE ......................................................... 14 ALUMNAE) ......................... HOUSING INFO (ALUMNAE OPTION ONLY) ......................................................... 15 E ......................... TRANSPORTATION INFO ............................................................................... 16 ................................................................ PARKING ................................ ................................................................................................ 17 .................................. MAP ................................ ................................................................................................ ........................................ 18 AREA TO-DOS................................ ............................................................................................ 19 ............................ FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ................................................................ STIONS .................................... 20 CONTACT US ................................ ............................................................................................. 21 ............................. REGISTRATION FORM .................................................................................. 22 ................................................................ ~3~
    • Schedule *Schedule is tentative and subject to change. Visit www.phisigmarho.org/conference2010 for the most updated information. Friday, July 16, 2010 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm Registration 1:30 pm - 4:00 pm National Council Meeting (CLOSED) 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm President’s Reception 5:00 pm - 5:30 pm Opening Session 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm Beginning the Next 25 Yrs: PSR 2010 2015 Strategic Plan 2010-2015 State of the Foundation Presentation 7:15 pm - 10:00 pm Dinner and Social: Goodies with Oldies! 9:00 pm - 12:00 am Foundation Hospitality Suite Saturday, July 17, 2010 6:30 am - 7:00 am Jazzercise 8:00 am - 9:15 am Registration 8:00 am - 9:00 am Breakfast 8:00 am - 9:00 am National Leadership Breakfast (CLOSED – By Invite Only) 9:15 am - 5:00 pm Phi Rho Lounge 9:00 am - 10:15 am From College to Cubicle to Corner Office† 9:00 am - 10:15 am Sisterhood – Living Your Ritual* 10:15 am - 10:45 am Robert’s Rules: Running Your Meetings with (Legislative) Style*†‡ 10:45 am - 11:45 am Experience† Post Grad Phi Rho: Making the Most of the Alumnae Experie 11:00 am - 12:15 pm Recruitment Made Easy* 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm Alumnae Luncheon with Speaker Chrysa Theodore† 1:15 pm - 1:45 pm Alumnae Tour – Cleveland Museum of Art 12:30 pm - 1:45 pm Active Luncheon with Officer Breakouts Breakouts* 1:45 pm - 2:45 pm Reg Regional Field Director Session 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm Communication Skills: Bridging the Gap † Gap* 2:45 pm - 3:45 pm Presidents Session 3:45 pm - 5:30 pm Sigmand’s Roundtable* 3:45 pm - 5:30 pm Health, Beauty, and Wellness Fair for Alumnae 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm Semi Semi-Formal Banquet with Keynote Speaker 8:30 pm - 11:00 pm Social Reception with DJ 10:00 pm - 12:00 am Foundation Hospitality Suite Sunday, July 18, 2010 6:30 am - 7:00 am Jazzercise 8:00 am - 9:00 am Breakfast 9:00 am - 10:15 am Legislative Session‡ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm Service Activity: RePlay for Kids 10:30 am - 12:30 pm National Council & Foundation BOD Meeting (CLOSED) 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm Foundation BOD Meeting (CLOSED) † ‡ *LEAP session for actives LEAP session for alumnae Mandatory for delegates ~4~
    • LEAP Conference 2010 Sessions AP PSR LEAP Conference 2010 Ritual and Opening Session This session will begin with the National Meeting Ritual and continue with an overview and discussion of the weekend’s sessions and activities. Find out more details about the LEAP ’s workshops and how to get a LEAP certification this weekend! Beginning the Next 25 Yrs: PSR 2010 2010-2015 Strategic Plan Find out a little more about the direction that National Council will be taking the sorority in this session on the 2010-2015 strategic plan. Learn how National Council completes a strategic 2015 plan, what the plans are for the next 5 years, and how the strategic plan affects you. Take advantage of this opportunity to ask questions of National Council and participate in discussion on the future of our Sorority. State of the Foundation Presentation The Foundation Board of Directors would like to give you an overview of our activities for 2009 and review of progress for 2010 in our annual State of the Foundation presentation. During this presentation we will highlight the leadership and volunteer support within the Foundation organization with introductions and short biographies. We will have time at the end for Q&A. Semi-Formal Banquet and Reception quet The semi-formal banquet held on Saturday evening will feature a keynote speaker and formal will provide the opportunity to celebrate the accomplishments of our chapters and alumnae! Chapter awards, alumnae awards, the Foundation scholarship, a other and special awards will be announced. Stick around after the banquet for a social reception to continue the celebration into the evening with a DJ and dancing! PSR LEAP Conference 2010 Legislative Session (MANDATORY FOR DELEGATES) This general body meeting will be mandatory for delegates from all chapters and eeting alumnae associations and will provide the opportunity to vote on important proposals affecting the future of our Sorority. ~5~
    • Leadership Sessions For actives: Sisterhood – Living Your Ritual Accepting the values of friendship, scholarship, and encouragement unites us as an organization. Bringing those values into our lives will strengthen us as individuals, while enriching our Phi Rho experience. Join us to discuss how and why you should live your values everyday. Recruitment Made Easy This session focuses on strategies to prepare your chapter for successful rush and recruitment by offering tips and suggestions from the pros! An emphasis will be on projecting the right image of your chapter and Phi Sigma Rho, as well as attracting, retaining, and selecting potential members that will best contribute to and serve the values and ideas of our Sorority. Active Luncheon with Officer Breakouts Use this lunch as an opportunity to meet with sisters from other chapters who hold the same sisters positions as you and spread ideas and offer solutions to common problems! Brainstorm ways to allow your chapters to run more efficiently from the perspective of your own officer positions. Sigmand’s Roundtable No issue is unique. This facilitated group discussion brings sisters together to learn from each other and discuss anything they have on their minds. Any and all Phi Sigma Rho topics are up for discussion. Throughout the conference, there will be a suggestion box for topics so bring suggestion your questions, concerns, comments, and suggestions! For alumnae: From College to Cubicle to Corner Office Come speak with our panel of Phi Sigma Rho alumnae featuring women in careers at all stages of life, including alternative careers. If you have ever thought about graduate school, becoming a stay at home mom, moving up into a management position, or focusi solely on focusing ~6~
    • engineering, there is something for everyone at this workshop. Learn about what these women do, how they got there, and how you can get there too! Post Grad Phi Rho: Making the Most of the Alumnae Experience Sisterhood doesn't end with gradua graduation. Join us for a discussion on how to continue your passion for Phi Rho as an alumna through all types of opportunities. Hear from alumnae on why they continue to be involved and what they get out of it. Alumnae Luncheon with Speaker Chrysa Theodore Enjoy a chance to catch up with old friends and make new ones during the Alumnae Luncheon, which will be highlighted by a talk by the Vice President of Cornerstone Research Group, Dayton alumna Chrysa Theodore! Alumnae Tour of the Cleveland Museum of Art Enjoy some culture with your sisters with a tour of the nearby Cleveland Museum of Art after the Alumnae Luncheon! For actives and alumnae: Robert's Rules: Running Your Meetings With (Legislative) Style Tired of unruly and inefficient chapter meetings? Do you find yourself and your chapter just Do winging the whole New Business part of your meetings? In this session we'll cover the Robert's Rules basics and go through the proper way to make and pass a motion, handle amendments and create the proper voting atmosphere in both chapter and National meetings! atmosphere Delegates from all chapters and alumnae associations should plan on attending. Communication Skills: Bridging the Gap Effective leadership simply isn’t possible without effective communication. Are you re really getting your point across? Are you actually making the point that you think you’re making? In this workshop, learn how improving some key communication skills and incorporating them into your style of leadership will enable you to become a better leader in your chapter, career, or leader community. ~7~
    • Additional Meetings Regional Field Director Session (RFDs Only) This meeting is for all Regional Field Directors, hosted by the VP of Collegiate Affairs Teresa Phillips, to go over RFD issues and expectations for the future. This is also an opportunity to discuss the possible role of RFDs in the LEAP program. Presidents Session (Presidents Only) This meeting is for Chapter Presidents to meet with each other and the VP of Collegiate Affairs Teresa Phillips to discuss any problems or issues and ask questions of NC and each other. ~8~
    • Special Events President's Reception Join the 12th National Council and Foundation Board of Directors for a relaxing meet & greet as we welcome everyone to Leadership Conference 2 2010! Take this opportunity to get to know other actives and alumnae and start the weekend out right. Goodies with Oldies! Welcome to the City of Rock ‘n Roll! Grab something tasty while catching up with your sisters, and make a couple new friends to kick off Conference 2010! Drop by for a bit, or stay the whole evening catching up, jamming to oldies, and playing some board games. You also may have the chance to tour the historic Lockwood and Thompson House, the current home of the Omicron sisters. Jazzercise 30 Minute Workout cise Want to burn off those extra Phi Rho calories, shake it to Lady Gaga and Beyonce, or just enjoy some time with your sisters? Then start your morning with Jazzercise! This half-hour fitness class combines cardio, toning, and stretching and will get you up and energized for the stretching rest of your day. National Leadership Breakfast – BY INVITATION ONLY This is an opportunity to network and discuss PSR amongst past National Council Members, Foundation directors, Alpha-Alphas, active alumnae, and other special guests. Attendance is Alphas, by invitation only. Health, Beauty, and Wellness Fair for Alumnae Now that the college craziness is over, it's time to start thinking about your health! Join us for a health, beauty and wellness fair and learn important health tips for women, find out how important healthy you are from our fitness challenge, get your blood pressure checked by one of our Registered Nurses, experience stress relief and relaxation, and learn and sample some beauty products and simple recipes to keep you beautiful and healthy throughout your life!! ~9~
    • Phi Rho Lounge Take some time to hang out with your sisters, check out and buy PSR products from the Phi Rho Store, participate in the Foundation Star Pyramid Fundraiser and add your penguins to the Penguin Drive! Hospitality Suite for Alumnae This is a special suite to entertain alumnae and discuss how they can be involved in the Foundation. Learn more about our special beverages in honor of our Founders!! Hospitality Suite for Actives This is a special suite to entertain actives and discuss how they can be involved in the Foundation. Learn more about Good Search and Good shop at this Rally event. Come for free snacks!! Good Search/Good Shop Rally The Foundation’s Good Search/Good Shop Chairperson will highlight our progress in 2010 and Chairperson talk about the importance of this fundraising mechanism that everyone can use on a daily basis. She will get you fired up to use it and show you how easy it is to keep score on progress. Let's get fired up to Good Search and Good Shop for Phi Sigma Rho Foundation!! ~ 10 ~
    • Service Activities Penguin Drive We will be holding our second annual Penguin Drive! Please bring an item to donate to Conference - there will be a drop off location open throughout the weekend, just check the drop-off schedule when you arrive. Destinations in Cleveland for the donated items are still being determined, but typical guidelines include: No used toys; Must be unwrapped; No religious oriented toys or items; No toy guns, war toys, toys that produce sparks or are friction friction- producing toys; No stuffed animals that are not tagged; No toys with numerous small parts; with No glass toys or items; No latex balloons; No candy or food. You can consider clothing items. RePlay for Kids Along with the second annual Penguin Drive, the 2010 LEAP Conference will hold a hands hands-on service workshop that is a perfect match for our engineering heritage RePlay for Kids! erfect heritage—RePlay RePlay for Kids runs workshops where volunteers adapt and repair toys and assistive devices for children with disabilities. Adapted toys and gadgets are supplied, at no charge, to other non-profits that provide services and resources for children in northeastern Ohio. The ts workshop promises to be bunches of fun - several members of our host chapter at Case attend workshops regularly. Bring your excitement and whatever amount of technical skills you may possess (if you don’t have any handy during the summer, don’t worry, workshop ou facilitators will be around to guide you through the process) and let’s fix some toys!!! For more information about RePlay for Kids, you can visit their website website— http://www.replayforkids.org. ~ 11 ~
    • Speaker Biographies Keynote Speaker To Be Determined… check back soon for updates! Chrysa Theodore, an alumna of the Gamma UD chapter, Delta class, received her Bachelor of , Gamma-UD Chemical Engineering degree from the University of Dayton in 1994. Following her bachelor Dayton degree, Ms. Theodore joined Delphi Interior and Lighting as an associate manufacturing engineer in vinyl extrusion, and Vernay Laboratories in 1996 as a manufacturing engineer. She joined Cornerstone Research Group in 1998 as a Research Engineer, and has the distinction of 1998 being CRG’s first full-time employee. She now serves as Vice President and has strategic time oversight and leadership over a broad range of technical and operational functions, including the creation and execution of CRG’s strategy for recruiting new employees and retaining xecution current staff, and enabling staff to increase their efficiency and effectiveness. She works closely with Division Managers and leaders to resolve corporate issues associated with a rapidly growing business and to ensure that the company is managed through servant ly leadership and the CRG core values. Ms. Theodore is also involved in efforts to increase the technical workforce in the Dayton area, including serving as a member of the Greene C County Labor Force & Education Committee, University of Dayton Chemical Engineering Department Advisory Board, University of Dayton Career Services Employer Advisory Board, and as a corporate partner in the Dayton Regional STEM School. Ms. Theodore is very active in promoting engineering and the diverse career opportunities available with an engineering degree. She volunteers her time to the University of Dayton through activities such as the Women in Engineering summer camp, New Engineer Program, Career Awareness Day and Awareness Explore Engineering Day. From 2000 2007, Ms. Theodore served as alumnae advisor to the 2000-2007, University of Dayton chapter of Phi Sigma Rho. She founded the Dayton/Cincinnati area Phi Sigma Rho Alumnae Organization and the PSR Network. She also volunteers as a STEM Fellow with the Dayton Regional STEM Center, working with teachers to develop inquiry inquiry-based STEM curriculum. Allison Lenhoff is an alumna of the Michigan Eta chapter and currently is the Foundation Michigan-Eta Secretary. She previously served on National Council as the VP of Finance and the VP of Publications and was the founding chair of the Eta Chapter Alumnae Association. Allison holds a BSE in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Michigan and is pursuing an MS in Biomedical Engineering from Wayne State University. She works for General Motors as a ing ~ 12 ~
    • Crashworthiness Performance Integration Engineer in the metro Detroit area. Marcie Aydelotte joined the Case Western Reserve University - Omicron Chapter of Phi Sigma Rho in the spring of 2006 as an Eta Class member. As an active in the sorority she held multiple positions such as Vice President, Membership Educator, Ritual Chair and Roberts Rules Enthusiast. (unofficially). In 2009, Marcie graduated from Case Western with a BSE in Civil Engineering. Marcie now works for Michael Baker, Jr. as a EIT in the transportation ngineering. department. She helps to design roadways, drainage and the occasional bridge hydraulics system. She also is studying part time to obtain her Masters in Civil Engineering. Marcie part-time M currently resides in Cleveland, Ohio where she serves as the East Region 2 RFD and Sergeant at Arms for Phi Sigma Rho. ~ 13 ~
    • Housing info – Actives or Alumnae *Please note that actives must choose this housing option and the housing fee and linen fee are included in the active registration fee. Each of the traditional residential facilities located within the South Residential Village come equipped with the following amenities: ∗ Coin-operated laundry room operated ∗ Lobby kitchen ∗ Vending machines ∗ Wireless computer access ∗ Large screen TV in main lobby ∗ Bike storage rooms ∗ Gaming area (pool table) ∗ Piano ∗ Box fans for each guest (air (air-conditioning is not available) ∗ Telephones (upon request) SRV Single: These SRV suites feature six single occupancy bedrooms, a semi-private single-occupancy semi bath, and a living room area. Linen Service: Linen service provides bed and bathroom linens, including sheets, blankets, pillow, pillow case, towels and washcloths. Guests may also provide their own linens. ~ 14 ~
    • Housing info – Alumnae option only *Please note that hotel costs are not included in registration and you should select the registration without housing option on the registration form. Hampton Inn Cleveland – Downtown 1460 E. Ninth Street Cleveland, Ohio, USA, 44114 1-216-241-6600 Rooms blocked under Phi Sigma Rho. Blocked rate of $84 per night. Hotel features: * "On the House" hot breakfast served daily and includes: juices, coffee, tea, milk, yogurts, and daily hot item such as waffles, eggs, sausage or biscuits, assorted baked goods such as bagels, toast & t muffins, fresh whole fruit as well as a mixture of diced fruit, and a selection of cold and hot cereals. * Free High speed wireless internet access in all guest rooms and public areas * All guestrooms include coffee makers, full size ironing boards & irons, hair dryers, free HBO, clock radios, free high speed internet access, lap desk, voice mail, massaging showerhead and pay per view movies. * Free local phone calls * 100% Satisfaction Guarantee * Hilton HHonors Points and Miles® * Conveniently located in the heart of Downtown Cleveland on East 9th St. and Superior Ave. Nearby shopping, restaurants and theaters. * Walking distance to the Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, The Great Lakes Science Center, Fame Progressive Field, The Quicken Loans Arena, and much more. Parking: Normal vehicle parking charges are $15.00 for self parking and/or $18.00 for valet parking and parking self-parking for extend vans, mini-buses and other vehicles that do not fit into our normal parking garage are at a buses cost of $20.00 per vehicle per night. All charges include in & out privileges. Parking charges are subject to change. ~ 15 ~
    • Transportation info (directions) tation From the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (by public transportation) International Take RTA red line train eastbound to the University Circle station. Once at the station, walk southeast on Cedar Ave towards Cedar Glen Pkwy. Continue on Euclid Heights Blvd. Slight left to stay on Euclid Heights Blv Blvd Turn left at Overlook Rd Turn left at Carlton Rd Arrive at Carlton Commons From the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (by car) Head west toward Upper Dr. Slight left at Upper Dr. 0.4 mi Take the ramp to OH-237 N 237 0.2 mi Keep left at the fork to continue towards OH 237 N and merge onto OH-237 N OH-237 OH 0.5 mi Continue onto Berea Fwy 1.3 mi Merge onto 1-71N 8.5 mi Merge onto 1-90E 1.9 mi Take exit 172C to merge onto Carnegie Ave 3.5 mi Continue onto Cedar Ave 469 ft Continue onto Cedar Glen Pkwy 0.4 mi Turn left at Cedar Rd 43 ft Continue onto Overlook Rd 266 ft Turn left at Carlton Rd 0.2 mi Arrive at Carlton Commons From the east via Interstate 80 (Eastern Ohio and Pennsylvania) Take the Ohio Turnpike to the inter interchange for I-480 West (Exit 187.) Proceed west 480 on I-480, which merges with I 480, I-271 North. Stay north on I-271 then exit at Cedar 271 Road (sharp right turn off exit ramp). Follow Cedar Road westbound toward Cleveland. (Case is about 20-25 minutes from this point.) Turn right onto Overlook Road. Turn 25 point.) left at Carlton Rd. Arrive at Carlton Commons ~ 16 ~
    • From the south via Interstate 71 or Interstate 77 Proceed north until I-71 (or I 77) merges with Interstate 90. Take I-90 east then 71 I-77) I exit at Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Proceed south for about a mile to the East 105th traffic light. Head south on E 105th towards Hough Ave. Turn left at Carnegie Ave. Continue onto Cedar Ave. Continue onto Cedar Glen Pkwy. Turn left at Cedar Rd. Continue onto Overlook Rd. Turn Left at Carlton Rd. Arrive at Carlton Commons. Left From the east via Interstate 90 Take exit 73B for Chester Ave Turn right at Chester Ave 3.0 mi Turn left at Euclid Ave 0.2 mi Turn right at Adelbert Rd 0.3 mi Turn right to stay on Adelbert Rd 0.1 mi Take the 1st left onto Murray Hill Rd. he 0.2 mi Take 1st right onto Edgehill Rd 0.3 mi Sharp right at Overlook Rd 0.4 mi Turn right at Carlton Rd 0.2 mi Arrive at Carlton Commons Parking Limited street parking is available on Carlton Road. Parking is also available in lots 53 and 5. available Attendees who will be driving and who plan on parking on campus will need to purchase a parking pass. We will purchase passes for you in advance, a communication regarding parking will be sent to all attendees at a later time. ~ 17 ~
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    • Area To-dos dos Cleveland Museum of Natural History 1 Wade Oval Drive (216-231-4600) 4600) Ohio’s largest natural science museum Cleveland Botanical Garden 11030 East Blvd. (216-721-1600) 1600) A one of a kind Glass house and 10 acres of gardens. Museum of Contemporary Art 8501 Carnegie Ave (216-421-8671) 8671) Cleveland’s forum for interpreting culture through contemporary visual art. Great Lakes Science Center 601 Erieside Ave (216-694-2000) 2000) Over 400 hands-on exhibits and an IMAX Theater on Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum 751 Erieside Ave (216-0781-ROCK) ROCK) Relive the soundtrack of your life! Over 50 exhibits. Christmas Story House 3159 W. 11th Street Relive “A Christmas Story” at Ralphie’s actual house used in the film. Little Italy Italian restaurants, boutiques, and bakeries. utiques, Coventry Quirky shops and great food – from sushi to vegan to sports-bars! Cleveland Museum of Art 11150 East Blvd (2160421-7340) 7340) One of the finest collections of art in the world Great Lakes Brewing Company 2516 Market Avenue Has craft beers, quality wines, and a delicious menu. You can also tour the brewery. ~ 19 ~
    • Frequently Asked Questions 1. How much does registration cost? See the registration form at the end of the packet for all registration costs and what is included in them. 2. Which registration fee do I pay if I am an active now, but will graduate before the Conference? Pay the active registration fee. 3. When does early bird registration end? May 1, 2010; after that registration increases by $30. 4. How do I get to the Conference? See the Transportation Information section for directions and ground transportation details. Parking information is also provided in the parking session. 5. How can I get involved with Conference planning or volunteer for workshop panels panels? Email the Conference planning committee at Conference2010 ning Conference2010@phisigmarho.org. 6. How will housing be assigned? See the Housing Information section for details to-date information about the Conference? 7. Where can I get the most up-to Visit the website at http://www.phisigmarho.org/Conference2010 w.phisigmarho.org/Conference2010/ 8. How can I register? The registration form is at the end of this packet. Mailing instructions are on the form or you can register online at <Address>. Payment can be done online via paypay or a check mailed i with your in registration form. 9. What sort of things should I pack? While this list is not all inclusive it should help In the attendee packet we will include further details. help. • Friday is casual attire • Dress to your pin on Saturday & Sunday (Business casual, for example blouse and slacks) al, slacks • Semi-formal attire for Saturday night’s banquet formal • Change of close for traveling home on Sunday • Pens, Pencils and Notebooks to take notes during the sessions • Toiletries (note: Bed Linens and Towels will be provided see housing section for more details) provided, ing details • Checkbook or cash if you plan on shopping in the PSR lounge • Alarm Clock Please feel free to contact us at the following information with any additional questions. ~ 20 ~
    • CONTACT US General Questions LeadershipConference2010@phisigmarho.org - Conference Committee Programming Questions LEAP@phisigmarho.org – Juna Ndreu VPofProgramming@phisigmarho.org - Minna Krejci Logistical Questions VPofCommunications@phsigmarho.org – Kristen Waters ~ 21 ~
    • Phi Sigma Rho - Registration Form Leadership Conference 2010: Rockin’ Since 1984! General Info First Name ______________ Middle Initial ____ Last Name ______________Maiden Name _____________ Mailing Address ___________________________________________________________________________ Email Address _________________________________ Summer Phone Number ____________________ Chapter/Colony ___________________ Class _____________________ Pin Number __________________ Attendee Status I will be attending the Leadership Conference as a(n) (please check one): Collegian: I am the official voting delegate for my chapter Active Candidate Current Office (if applicable)______________ Alumnae: I am the official voting delegate for my alumnae association Alumnae Foundation Volunteer National Volunteer ___________________ Special Dietary Considerations Vegetarian Option Other Special Dietary Needs (explain)______________________________________ I plan on attending the following events: (Y/N) Friday July 16th ____Recuitment Made Easy* † ____President’s Reception ____Alumnae Luncheon ____Opening Session ____Alumnae Tour – Cleveland Museum of Art ____Beginning the Next 25 Yrs: PSR 2010-2015 ____Active Luncheon with Officer Breakouts* † Strategic Plan State of the Foundation Presentation ____Communication Skills: Bridging the Gap* ____ Dinner and Social: Goodies with Oldies! ____Sigmand’s Roundtable Saturday July 17th ____Health, Beauty, and Wellness Fair for ____Jazzercise Alumnae ____Breakfast ____Semi-formal banquet with Keynote Speaker ____From College to Cubicle to Corner Office † ____Social reception with DJ ____Sisterhood - Living your Ritual* Sunday July 18th ____Robert’s Rules: Running Your Meetings with ____Jazzercise †‡ ____Breakfast (Legislative) Style* ‡ ____ Post Grad Phi Rho: Making the Most of the ____Legislative Session † ____Service Activity: RePlay for Kids Alumnae Experience † ‡ *LEAP session for actives LEAP session for alumnae Mandatory for voting delegates Registration Information Registration includes the following meals: Breakfast: Sat-Sun, Lunch: Sat, Dinner Fri-Sat Registration DOES include: Room (+linens). Registration DOES NOT include: Travel & Transportation to/from the airport. Registration Fees – Deadline June 1st 2010, Early Bird registration May 1st 2010 st Early Bird – By May 1 , 2010: Active ($100)___ Alum ($130)___ Alum w/o housing ($75)____ st General – By June 1 , 2010: Active ($130)___ Alum ($160____ Alum w/o housing ($100)_____ T-shirt: Size ___ (S, M, L, XL, 2XL) *$15 additional cost, Unisex sizing Total Registration Cost: ______________________ Date: __________________ Pay by Paypal or by sending a check payable to “Phi Sigma Rho” to the address shown below. Please mail registration form and check to: Phi Sigma Rho – Conference 2010 * c/o Colleen Bush * PO Box 58304*Cincinnati, Ohio 45258 Or email the registration form to: executivedirector@phisigmarho.org Email the National Conference Committee with questions Conference2010@phisigmahrho.org Conference 2010 is funded in part by the Phi Sigma Rho Foundation.